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Financial Advisory and Capital Markets Services to Corporates

Comprehensive coverage of over 420 companies

Investment ideas and execution for institutional investors

Complete UK pricing coverage and worldwide access

Our joined-up approach allows us to consistently deliver value

A wealth of experience, strong collegiate ethos underpinning our joined-up approach

Our principles define the relationship between our people, our departments and our clients

We are committed to making a difference in the communities we live and work in

An environment committed to the development of our colleagues

An internship programme for undergraduates as part of their study

Our Community

Our community volunteering policy gives employees one day a year for volunteering. Individuals are free to choose from a range of voluntary work. Below are a few examples of the kind of things our people do to contribute to our communities:

Our Charity Partners

We are very proud to support stem4, an award winning teenage mental health charity based in London. Founded by Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Nihara Krause, the charity works to enhance early understanding and identification of mental illness as well as a focus on boosting mental wellbeing and resilience and to signpost towards prompt action and intervention to enhance positive outcomes. 

Every year we host our annual carol concert for colleagues, clients and friends of Peel Hunt. Staff also get involved with a number of challenge and fundraising events throughout the year. Our aim is to make a difference through our corporate fundraising and the volunteer spirit of our employees.

For more information about Stem4 charity and how you can get involved, visit their website.

Next Meal uses GPS technology in smartphones to direct the homeless and people in need to centres providing food, help and support. It enables vulnerable people to find the local support they need. Next Meal’s simple technology is increasingly used by health professionals, the police and local government to direct homeless people to the services they need as well as offering the general public an alternative to giving food or money.

For more information about Next Meal and how you can get involved, visit their website.